HC Deb 08 August 1882 vol 273 cc1270-1

Bill considered in Committee.

(In the Committee.)


said, that in the Schedule he saw the Sale of Liquors on Sunday (Ireland) Bill continued. There was an Order relating to this subject on the Paper; but he (Mr. Callan) supposed that to-morrow that Order would te read and discharged, so that those interested in the subject would not be kept waiting in the House.


said, that there was a Bill in the Schedule which referred to Locomotives on Roads, and he wished to know whether it was the intention of the Government to go on with it this Session? The Bill would have the effect of removing restrictions from locomotives on roads. Locomotives had become dangerous in many parts of the country, and the public would be glad to hear that the subject was not lost sight of by the Government.


said, it was not intended to deal with the question during the present Session, though it was deemed desirable to do so on some future occasion. The Government would attempt to deal with it next year.

House resumed.

Bill reported, without Amendment.


said, that perhaps the House would be inclined to read the Bill a third time.


said, he objected, as on the third reading many questions might arise which it would be desirable to discuss.

Bill to be read the third time To-morrow.